Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Chance that ethically-challenged Attorney General Alberto Gonzales will actually appoint one: 0%

TODAY/CNN/Gallup Poll:

Percentage of Americans who said they support the appointment of a special prosecutor to investigate President Bush’s illegal domestic spying program: 58%

Full poll results here.

(Major tip of the Top Hat to flickr.com for the graphic.)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Doubtful. Has anyone noticed that the Repugnicans have a new tact? Although it is on a superficial level, they actually address a problem. However, they never follow it through to a resolution. They do it just enough so we think it is being attended to. They get away with it because most Americans have ADD; the retention of a flea or some other crisis arises. If the press doesn't pursue it, the general public forgets. Has anyone heard much about the investigation of Carl Rove or about Scooter Libby until the other day when he wanted to use classified info at his trial? What happenned to the oil company bigwigs who got away without being sworn in?

7:46 PM  
Blogger The Ringmaster said...

Spot on, Anon. I'm still waiting for that reconstruction effort in New Orleans.

Oh and by the way, have you noticed Osama bin Laden still hasn't been captured?

7:59 PM  

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